RGJ provides management, business development strategies, and partnerships for individuals, businesses, and governmental entities to solve problems, create jobs, and support long-term economic development in rural communities.

Network Partners   

Our company operates with a team of professional managers, Network Partners, as its executive team to provide general, financial, marketing, and operations management across a variety of disciplines and industries.  Experts are added to the core team as needed to complete projects.

Most of our Network Partners are entrepreneurs and small business owners that excelled as senior executives for major corporations, not-for-profit organizations, and federal, state, and local governments.  We clawed and scratched our way to the top, had a good look around, and now we're back down to earth.  City life's been good to us, but it's time to get back to our roots in rural America. 

Together, RGJ and its Network Partners, form partnerships with private and public sector businesses, and individuals to craft a shared vision and business development strategy for each project, new business, or entrepreneur for whom it chooses to represent.  Careful planning, good management, and committed public and private partners sharing resources are keys to completing successful projects. 

Current Areas of Interest 

RGJ's current areas of interest reflect specific challenges in rural communities in North Carolina and South Carolina.  Meeting these challenges require innovative and creative 21st century solutions that positively impact a community's long term goals.  RGJ and its Network Partners  look forward to developing business strategies and projects that attract entrepreneurs and boost economic development.  Together everyone achieves more.  We get it done.

  • Swine waste management and alternative uses for swine waste (compost, biofuels, other products...)
  • Hemp as a replacement crop for former tobacco farmers (industrial and medical markets)
  • Housing solutions for storm damaged and low wealth communities
  • High-speed internet access
  • Arts and cultural projects to attract visitors and tourists